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University Park

University Park, Colorado

University Park is a smaller neighborhood of Denver, with a population of only 8,1000 people. According to Niche.com, the neighborhood ranks 16 out of 75 for best neighborhood to raise a family, 28 out of 75 for young professionals to live and 17 out of 75  for overall places to live in Denver. Oddly enough, this is one of the only areas in Denver that seems to only have single family homes, and while there are the charming old rancher style homes, there are plenty of newly neo-eclectic types of homes being built all around.

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Within close proximity to University Park, you will find a wide range of foods and activities for you and the whole family to enjoy as well as plenty of shopping. Things such as fast food, locally owned and chain restaurants, grocery shopping at King Soopers and a gym are just right around the corner. University Park is a peaceful oasis, if you feel the need to get outdoors, you have the option to play tennis, rugby, baseball, and basketball at parks nearby as well as check out the historic Romanesque Chamberlin Observatory and Robert H. McWilliams Park.

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The Buyer's Guide

Buying a home now instead of renting one may be the game-changer that amplifies long-term savings for renters who are ready to become homeowners. When paying a mortgage as opposed to paying rent, that money is reinvested back in your favor, so you’re contributing to your own net worth when you own a home. This is a term called equity, and it’s one of the biggest financial benefits of homeownership.

If the pandemic and the changes we’ve faced recently have made you seriously think about buying a home instead of renting one, you’re not alone. You may, however, be wondering if the dollars and cents add up in your favor as home prices continue to rise. According to the experts, in many cases, it’s still more affordable to buy a home than to rent one.

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